Dear NY Times columnist: Keep your ’embarrassing feeling’ to yourself about G7. Don’t you dare speak for me again.

Since President Trump is not going to apologize for America, his liberal critics seem to think it is their obligation to do so.

From politicians like Sen. John McCain, to former Obama intel officials like James Comey and John Brennan, America’s allies have been showered with apologies for the behavior of the president at the G-7 summit of leaders in Canada.

(Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

Trump neither needed anyone to apologize nor did Americans who are happy to support a president who is not afraid to stand up to other world leaders in defending what is in the best interests of the United States. Not surprisingly, the liberal media has also been having a meltdown after Trump left the meeting without agreeing to sign the final communiqué.

“With a petulant tweetstorm from Air Force One, Mr. Trump all but blew up the Group of 7 nations that the United States has led for more than four decades and essentially declared open political war on America’s closest neighbor,” the New York Tines declared in a piece published Saturday.

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof took to Twitter to share his  “embarrassing” feelings.

Selective memory from the left, again.

Never mind that ridiculous statements like Kristof’s and others who claim to speak for all of America prove over and again why Trump won the election in the first place.

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